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Holstein Kiel

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Established
1900 (122 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Holstein-Stadion
(15,034 Capacity)

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Location
Westring 501, 24106 Kiel

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League
German 2. Bundesliga

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Upcoming Events
01 Oct 22 Holstein Kiel   -  Hansa Rostock
09 Oct 22 Nurnberg   -  Holstein Kiel
16 Oct 22 Holstein Kiel   -  FC Heidenheim
21 Oct 22 Darmstadt   -  Holstein Kiel
29 Oct 22 Holstein Kiel   -  Fortuna Düsseldorf

Latest Results
17 Sep 22 Bielefeld  4 - 2  Holstein Kiel
09 Sep 22 Holstein Kiel  2 - 3  Hamburg
03 Sep 22 Jahn Regensburg  0 - 0  Holstein Kiel
28 Aug 22 Holstein Kiel  1 - 0  Sandhausen
20 Aug 22 Paderborn  7 - 2  Holstein Kiel

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Holstein Kiel (KSV Holstein or Kieler SV Holstein) is a German association football and sports club based in the city of Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein. From the 1900s through the 1960s the club was one of the most dominant sides in northern Germany. Holstein appeared regularly in the national playoffs, finishing as vice-champions in 1910 and 1930 before capturing their most important title, the German football championship in 1912. Holstein also winning six regional titles and finishing as runners-up another nine times. They remained a first-division side until the formation of the Bundesliga in 1963.

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Tammo
Harder



Mathias
Fetsch



Rafael
Czichos



Dominick
Drexler
#24


Kingsley
Schindler
#11


Manuel
Schäffler



Kingsley
Schindler


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Stadium or Home

Holstein-Stadion is a stadium in the port city of Kiel in Northern Germany. It is the home of football club Holstein Kiel, who currently play in Germany's 2. Bundesliga.

2005, the DFB ruled that the old stadium did not meet the body's minimal stadium requirements, claiming the stadium was no longer fit for football and was in desperate need of a substantial makeover. Failure to make the required upgrades would rule the club ineligible to play in the 2. Bundesliga or potentially result in the DFB revoking Holstein Kiel's license entirely. 2006 the city government and team officials subsequently developed a plan to provide 1.6 million Euros towards the renovation of the stadium.

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